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Born to Run (Read 64 times)

PADRunner


    I enjoyed the book as well. It got me in to reading about running, and I've read a number of good books since then. Some of them:

    What I Talk About When I Talk About Running

    Duel In The Sun

    Eat and Run: My Unlikely Journey to Ultramarathon Greatness

     

    I've read a number more as well, but these stick out as somewhat recent reads.

     

    I want to read Eat and Run, I'll have to check out the others as well.

    Thanks

    Brrrrrr


    Uffda

       

      I want to read Eat and Run, I'll have to check out the others as well.

      Thanks

       

      Definitely check out your local library for some books. Basically I kept checking for running books and they (along with running friends) gave me recommendations.

      - Andrew

        Thanks for the plug, says your friendly RA librarian obiebyke.

         

         

        Definitely check out your local library for some books. Basically I kept checking for running books and they (along with running friends) gave me recommendations.

        scottydawg


        Barking Mad To Run

          Never read a book about running other than Pfitz & Hanson marathon training books. (And in those cases, "read" is a strong word.)

          I am pretty interested in Unbroken, although that is not a running book per se.

           

          You might enjoy Flanagan's Run by Tom McNab for an entertaining novel about running.  It is set in 1931 and follows characters that participate in a footrace across the US, that actually took place during the Great Depression.  It was a really good read.

          "Do what you can, with what you have, where you are." Theodore Roosevelt

          RSX


            Thanks for the plug, says your friendly RA librarian obiebyke.

             

            I buy so few books because our library system is so great. I rarely get a movie anyplace else.

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